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The Art of Sales Management: Revelations of a Goal Maker (Volume 2) Paperback – March 11, 2013
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About the Author
Michael Delaware (1966 - present)is a Phoenix, Arizona native who now resides in Battle Creek, Michigan with his wife Margarita. He also lived in Georgia for 15 years where he worked as a craftsman, artist, salesperson, manager and owner of a Stained and Decorative Glass Door and Window business. Since moving to Michigan in 1999, he became a Realtor. He is a member of the National Association of Realtors, The Council of Residential Specialists, and the Michigan Association of Realtors. He is also an active member of the Battle Creek Area Association of Realtors where he was awarded 'Realtor of the Year' in 2010, and served as Board President in 2011. As an author, he has written several non-fiction eBooks on Real Estate, Sales Management and Small Business Marketing as well as marketing books for artists. He has also written and illustrated one children's eBook and has plans to have more stories released in the future.
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Every chapter was interesting, and offered exciting information and insight as I progressed through it. It has changed in me the way I look at people who are under me at work, and enabled me to help them achieve their individual goals. I started applying this information right away from his first book and this one with my team, and it changed the whole spirit of how they carried on with their daily actions. I would recommend this book to any serious sales manager. So many other books on this subject lay the blame on hiring, or the skill of the salesperson themselves, rather than address how to make them into sales people. Now I have changed my whole focus on how I hire people, because I know that it is up to me to inspire them, encourage them and really be the group's goal maker. This book was a wealth of information anyone can use who manages others